Hosted by Megan Mullally, the Screen Actors Guild Awards seemed to lack the laughter-free awkwardness that has been pervasive early in the 2019 awards season.
After a scandal breaks, how should a movie company deal with all the films that are in production and slated for release?
John Legend tweeted that partaking in the documentary ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ was an ‘easy decision,’ and labeled Kelly a ‘serial child rapist.’ He was almost alone in going public.
To say Me Too uprooted the press and Hollywood is probably fair. But the earthquake sensed in newsrooms and boardrooms may be skewing the media’s coverage.
No matter how intent Golden Globe producers were at eliding politics, celebrities were not going to let their time elapse without grandstanding.
Hollywood dispensed with what now constitutes years of tradition and declined to even mention Donald Trump at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday.
Watching the Carol Burnett struggle to hold back her tears was a bright spot in an otherwise underwhelming Golden Globes broadcast.
There was plenty of garbage released into theaters in 2018, so recognizing those misfires is always a lark.
Done right, opening credits orient us, endearing viewers to characters and settings. ‘Laverne & Shirley’ understood that.
As more and more movies are funded by Chinese sources, the risk that China is exerting influence over explicitly political projects will inevitably rise.
‘Brooklyn’ is a work of selective nostalgia that shows the best in 1950s America. It may not be a Christmas movie, but it’s perfect for the season.
Following Kevin Hart’s departure, many names have surfaced as possible replacements, but let me save the Academy time and show why they are disqualified as not politically correct enough.
Matt Bai’s book unpacks the story of Gary Hart’s career and the transformation of political media. It’s now the basis of the new movie, “The Front Runner.”
Actors want to boycott Georgia for the crime of electing a Republican governor. That would actually be a good thing for taxpayers, who are getting fleeced by stars who hate them.
Two movies that won Goldman Oscars, ‘Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid’ (1969) and ‘All The President’s Men,’ (1976) showcase all the fun of that generation, and all the political sanctimony.
How a fabled film, long in the works, was ultimately released––and triumphed.
Georgia’s tax incentives for Hollywood give the entertainment industry an opening to advance its social agenda with an end-run around in-state voters.
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